Kerry spreads the word in Mongolia
Lashings are collecting items for an exhibition to Africa by Lauren Spean and Oakwood Park Grammar School.
Lauren, above left, will be flying out to Ghana on April 7 with the school as part of a project in the Elmina province, where she and other pupils will help to build a sports facility and library.
Lauren, who also works for Lashings, has spent thousands of pounds of her own money to be able to take part in the project. The region has strong connections with Chelsea due to Michael Essien and many of the children there are "Chelsea-mad" according to Lashings chairman David Folb, who is donating a framed football signed by the current Blues squad.
Anyone who has anything - memorabilia, old kit etc, that they can donate can hand it in to the Lashings Bar & Restaurant in Upper Stone Street, Maidstone.
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Arise Sir Richie
Richie Richardson, one of the founding fathers of the Lashings All-Stars, has been knighted on his home island of Antigua.
Sir Richie was given the honour at a ceremony during the West Indies one-day international victory over England at the Sir Vivian Richards stadium on Friday, alongside two other West Indies legends, Andy Roberts and Curtley Ambrose. Ambrose, like Richards, is a former Lashings player.
Sir Viv was the only previous cricketer from Antigua & Barbuda to be knighted. On behalf of everyone at Lashings we congratulate them all on this magnificent achievement.
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